Qualified teacher wanted to teach TEFL in Thailand

Date posted:2004-05-21 | Writer: Fun International (Thailand) Ltd. | Email: [email protected]

The company was founded in 1996 by a group of professionals in the educational circle who shared the same teaching philosophy: "Children learn best when learning is Fun". Thus there are no textbooks involved, children learn purely through participation of songs, games and other fun activities. Situated in the heart of Bangkok, our curriculum currently reachers out to approximately 40 schools entertaining over 18, 000 students.

We are seeking full time Native teachers of English based in Bangkok and some cities about one/two hours outside Bangkok, with easy access. The pace of life is much slower, it is easy to learn Thai and the cost of living is cheaper.

Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree; those with TEFL/TESL qualifications and relevant experience will be given special considerations.

Starting salary varies from BHT 28, 000 to BHT 30, 000 depending in qualification and experience.

The benefits are as follows:

- Bonus based on performance, attendance and completion of one-year contract - 7 days free lodging upon arrival for overseas applicants - Assistance in securing apartment - Comprehensive training - Ready prepared curriculum and teaching material for each lesson - Assistance with visa at company's expense - Health Insurance - A Thai Team assistant assigned for each teacher - 25 Official and School Holidays per annum - Transportation allowance for going to and from assigned school

For more information, please visit our website at Contact us or contact us at the following address:

Fun Language International (Thailand) Ltd. 4th floor, Lee House 275 Thonglor Soi 13 Sukhumvit 55 Bangkok 10110 Thailand

Tel : (66-2) 712 7744-8 Fax: (66-2) 712 7733 E-mail : [email protected]

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


Speaking and writing are also very important aspects in learning English. Often times, students may be able to understand and read certain texts but then they struggle with speaking and reading out loud, for various reasons - if the students are teenage age, it is most likely insecurities and lack of confidence. There are many possible ways to incorporate the reading, writing and speaking, and build the confidence of the learner.This unit delved into some more difficult areas of grammar that I have struggled to define. I am glad that I could learn about the passive and active voice, and how to differentiate them. However, I found that the most informative part of this unit was the time spent on teaching the difference between different types of phrasal verbs. They are incredibly confusing, even to me, so I am thankful that this course unit explains them.